In the final book of this trilogy, we see a change of main characters. Lynne, Marta's best friend, becomes the focus. Lynne is given a once in a lifetime chance to go on a trip to Europe to dance as part of a troupe of ballet dancers. They will tour Europe, relying on the help of some strangers to give them places to sleep. One catch, Lynne has to pay for the trip there and back. She relies on the help of her rich uncle to help her get to Europe, but her uncle is more interested in drinking, gambling, and partying than sightseeing. Will she be able to put up with her uncle who is constantly on her nerves? Will she be able to survive a whole summer of dancing on bad floors? How will she keep up her relationship with her boyfriend Noel over three long months and thousands of miles?
I thought this was a very good book. It had a great plot with themes that fit very well inside the trilogy. The characters were very well-developed, and the book was constantly taking off in a direction that I didn't see coming. The suspense build-up was done very professionally. Relationships among the characters were very complex and made sense in the light of what is going on. Situations in the book could happen in real life, which made it that much more interesting to read, knowing that everything could actually happen.